Cyberverse Warrior Snarl, Ultra Sludge & Roll & Combine Wheelgrim In Singapore

Discussion in 'Transformers News and Rumors' started by Black Convoy, Oct 1, 2021.

  1. Black Convoy

    Black Convoy Proudly Peruvian Transfan Moderator News Staff

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  2. GavynN.X.

    GavynN.X. I want AM thundercracker

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    Did you guys buy it? I'm curious for a review
     
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    I thought these would be packaged like the new deluxe with no plastic coverings. Like the ones with an open window.
     
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    If i see Sludge and Snarl i am buying 
     
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    Probably a silly question but, as someone who doesn't closely follow Cyberverse, is Bumblebee really so popular with younger collectors that his name warrants being larger than either the name Transformers or the name of the subline (Cyberverse) on all the packaging? Is that the reason for it?

    Just curious. If I saw that in the store and was shopping for someone and I was unfamiliar with the line, I'd think it meant it contained Bumblebee at first glance. Only to find that it's a completely different character, and be perplexed as to why his name was so front and center on the box. Even news stories like this one refer to them as "Cyberverse," not "Bumblebee."